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Because of the potential effects of chromosomal abnormalities, a child's development begins:
A. at conception
B. at birth
C. when embryo becomes a fetus
D. when viability occurs
--Is the answer C?

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    When do the chromosomes of the father and those of the mother come together to form the baby?

  2. PS --

    Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is one of the terrible types of birth defects that is completely preventable, and it hinges on exactly what this question is asking you.

    These problems can be prevented by not drinking any alcohol during pregnancy. Do not drink if you are trying to get pregnant or think you may be pregnant.
    http://kidshealth.org/en/parents/fas.html

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